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Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup april 15, 2009

By Staff

High School Soccer • Durango got two goals and an assist from Bekah Keil as it defeated Fruita Monument on Tuesday 4-1 in a game made up from one that was snowed out on Saturday. The Demons (7-4-1, 6-1-0 Southwestern League) scored ...


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Central senior finding foes tough in tennis at No. 2

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School tennis player Mandy Johnson’s season has been full of highs and lows. Tuesday against Grand Junction could qualify as a low as the Warriors’ No. 2 singles player lost 6-0, 6-0 to the Tigers’ Jenny Jessup. ...


Central’s Goletz looking forward to playing softball for Colorado Mines

By Staff

Ashley Goletz hasn’t set the bar very high for her goal as a college softball pitcher. Asked if it was going to be strange for her to come back as a visiting player and pitch at Mesa State College’s Bergman Field, where she played ...


Palisade takes advantage of quality weather to sweep Battle Mountain

By Staff

It was just what the weatherman ordered. After no less than 10 postponements or cancellations, the Palisade High School baseball team didn’t need a confidence builder or a complete game from its pitching staff. It merely needed a ...


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Pair make most of doubles play

By Patrick Bahr

Doubles tennis is a tradition at Grand Junction High School. Nothing against the singles players, but of the 13 individual state championships won by the Tigers, 10 have been by doubles teams. That number includes the most recent state ...


Brierfs: Sports Prep Roundup April 12, 2009

By Staff

It was the same old story Saturday for the Palisade High School baseball team. “Snakebit,” Palisade Athletic Director Mike Krueger said as he surveyed Canyon View Park, deeming it unplayable for his team’s scheduled ...


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Strong second half lifts Lightning to easy win

By Patrick Bahr

Trying to grip slippery sticks and playing on a rain-soaked field Saturday, the Grand Valley lacrosse team knew patience was going to be important. The Lightning (6-2) survived the wet conditions and a close first half at Canyon View Park to ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup April 11, 2009

By Staff

Prep Baseball • Grand Junction routs Cortez Grand Junction got four-RBI performances Friday from Zeph Quigley and Jayke Brock en route to a 20-5 rout of Montezuma-Cortez. After giving up five runs early, the Tigers’ starting ...


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Fruita boys, girls win Wertman Invite

By Staff

The long jump roster for the Fruita Monument High School boys track team is so deep, freshman James Lewis had a hard time making the top three. That is normally how many jumpers the Wildcats enter in varsity meets. Because Friday was Fruita ...


Lightning overcome flu to top Battle Mtn.

By Staff

The Grand Valley Lightning boys lacrosse team had a tougher matchup against the flu this week than it did Battle Mountain on Friday, defeating the Huskies 8-1 at Walker Field. The Lightning (5-2) scored early and often, getting two goals and ...


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